Get Up To $5,000 Bonus Bet And Free NFL Jersey With Caesars Sportsbook Arizona

Written By Grant Lucas on September 11, 2021
Caesars Sportsbook Arizona Launch Offer

The 2021 NFL season officially began Sept. 9, a fitting day to also kick off legalized sports betting in Arizona.

Fans repped jerseys of their favorite teams. Some bet on games. Didn’t have a jersey? Not a problem. Caesars Sportsbook has you covered.

One of several promos offered by the newly launch sportsbook in the Grand Canyon State, Caesars is starting its stint in Arizona in style. And bettors in the state can do the same.

Caesars Arizona offering $5,000 bonus bet and free NFL jersey

For fans looking to grab some Arizona Cardinals gear ahead of the team’s first NFC West home game of the season Oct. 10, Caesars Arizona has an offer that can fulfill those needs.

Throughout September, bettors who wager $100 on NFL games will receive a free NFL jersey, courtesy of Caesars.

Plus, the operator features an industry-first bonus first bet up to $5,000, an offer that will expire at the end of September.

Yet there’s even more that Arizona bettors can take advantage of with Caesars. New users with the online sportsbook can receive $200 in bonus bets for every point or run scored by an Arizona team between now and Sept. 13.

Simply plug in the promo code LEGALRF to trigger that offer.

Caesars opens retail sportsbook at Chase Field

The first day of legal sports betting in Arizona not only saw Caesars roll out a mobile betting app. The state also witnessed Caesars open the first retail sportsbook.

Along with front office members of the Arizona Diamondbacks, who partnered with Caesars, Gov. Doug Ducey helped welcome in the brick-and-mortar facility near Chase Field. As did former ESPN anchor Trey Wingo and comedian JB Smoove.

The area serves only as a temporary space for now. Caesars has long-term plans to set up a permanent retail sportsbook at the former Game Seven Grill. There, Caesars will install a 20,000 square-foot, two-story operation complete with indoor and outdoor dining and wall-to-wall TVs.

Photo by AP / Ross D. Franklin
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Grant Lucas is a longtime sports writer who has covered the high school, collegiate and professional levels. A graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, Grant has covered games and written features and columns surrounding prep sports, Linfield and Oregon State athletics, the Portland Trail Blazers and golf throughout his career.

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